Whether or not the posts are fake, commenters on the subreddits r/AmItheAsshole and r/Relationships don't only offer help to the people posting for advice, but to readers looking for objectivity about their own romantic lives.
Heartbreak isn't easy when it's illegal for a friend to give you a hug.
Loving and losing another drinker made me rethink my—and my community’s—relationship with alcohol.
You can't just end things, go have a drink with friends, and then crash with simply whomever right now. Here's what to do instead.
"It was a deep, raw, emotional conversation, and the FaceTime aspect definitely added a weird element of sterility."
How friends, money and yearning can be signs that it's time to go your separate ways.
Love-themed playlists are a sham. We know your ex left with your favorite hoodie, your heart, and that song you can no longer play on repeat.
It’s sweeping, it’s mysterious, it’s drastic, it’s everything necessary to feed the post-breakup id. It’s also just practical.
You may never wear the terrible "going out" top you think will transform you into a fun 'n' flirty single, but it's still a necessary part of moving on.
Please keep your psychological warfare out of my DMs!
A growing industry of people with zero qualifications are trying to help people get back with their former partners. Does it work?
Don't "ghost" or "fizz" or whatever cute term we're currently using to describe avoiding a necessary human conversation.